Magic! Pantomime makes a welcome return to Silsden
After an absence of several years, pantomime returned to Silsden with three performances of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves at the Town Hall (December 4 and 5). Pictured above are Neil Whitaker as Molly, the dame, and Kairen Booth as Snow White in the Silsden Community Productions show directed by David Hardman. All the tickets were sold.
Above: the wicked witch, played by Ros Driver, brings the dame to her knees while Snow White reacts to the unwelcome intrusion.
Above: Stupid, played by Mark Kelk (centre), drives his fellow dwarves to desperation.
Above: talented teenies -- members of the Elizabeth Phillips School of Dance.
Above: blue rinse meets prince. The dame pleads with the prince, played by Alexandra Whitaker.
Above: Merlin, played by David Harper, outwits the wicked witch.
Above: return of the ring. Barbara Williamson as the flummoxed fairy godmother on a flying visit from Cinderella.
Above: Laurie Driver as the woodman with a wooden horse.
Above: a time for reflection. Cynthia Dodding as the witch in the mirror.
Above: paws for thought. Dame Molly's dog Minnie.
Above: the happy ending as the charming prince saves Snow White from a spell of shut-eye.
Above: Silsden Community Productions director David Hardman with his leading lady, Kairen Booth.
Above: musical director Terry Simpson with his wife, Margaret, who was the prompt.